Enterprise Security Architecture

To cultivate a strong cybersecurity posture, organizations cannot treat security like an afterthought: rather, they must arm themselves with the tools required to prevent breaches within a certain risk tolerance, and build trustworthy systems that incorporate security controls by design. 

These goals fall under the domain of "security engineering," which ensures your IT systems and assets are optimized to meet security requirements that satisfy your business needs and stakeholder requirements. But optimization for your unique infrastructure is rarely a priority for cybersecurity vendors, leaving many organizations with poorly implemented tools.

With years of experience serving large federal agencies and private industry partners with secure IT services, DataLock provides the expertise you need to acquire the right tools for your cybersecurity needs, implement them, and ensure that your systems are secure by design - not as an afterthought.

Security Engineering Facts

Security Engineering Services

  1. Assessment of Needs - assess IT needs based on your company mission, business drivers and risk tolerance, alongside existing tools and architectures. Conduct interviews with relevant decision makers to better understand your challenges.
  2. Recommend Tools - recommend security tools and solutions optimized for the client's needs, including Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), vulnerability management, Identity and Access Management (IAM) and autolog management tools.
  3. Implementation Assistance - assist with installation, configuration and deployment of security solutions. Provide training and ongoing support as needed to ensure tools meet your needs and work with your existing infrastructure.
  4. Correct Faulty Implementations - correct flawed or suboptimal implementations of your existing products, whether set up by the vendor or another third-party. Troubleshoot issues and identify fixes that bring the product into alignment with your IT strategy.
  5. Zero-Trust Security Architecture (ZTA) - implement zero trust security controls throughout your IT systems and tools, including strong authentication methods, least privilege model of access, and continual verification as users shift between devices and applications.

Security Engineering Benefits

  • Secure by Design - ensure that security is built into your systems from the outset, with a toolkit designed for your unique risk drivers and business needs; improve your cybersecurity posture against external and internal threats, reducing the chance of network penetration, expensive breaches and ransomware attacks.
  • Optimized Configurations - ensure your existing security tools are set up properly, reducing the chance of vulnerabilities from misconfiguration, unavailable functionality and time-consuming troubleshooting. Streamline operations and prevent downtime caused by lack of resources.
  • Reputation and Trust – show existing customers and potential clients that you take the safety of their personal information and sensitive data seriously. Differentiate yourself from competitors by making a credible commitment to cybersecurity that goes beyond checking boxes.
  • Business Resilience – protect your revenue and bottom line over the long term by repelling cyber actors and eliminating the biggest risks to your sensitive data. Gain the agility needed to adapt with the changing threat landscape so you are prepared for the threats of tomorrow.
  • Reduced Risk – protect your revenue and bottom line over the long term by reducing the biggest risks to your data and sensitive assets; optimized security architecture will not only prepare you for the cyber threats of today, but the cyber threats of tomorrow.